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Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Sonic Boom - "Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)" [Rock & Alternative]

Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)

"Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)" music video by Sonic Boom
Added: 05-05-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Sonic Boom - "Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)" (Official Music Video)

"Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)" is taken from Sonic Boom's forthcoming record, 'All Things Being Equal,' out June 5th, 2020 on Carpark Records.


Directed and Animated by: James Siewert
Additional Modeling: Auden Lincoln Vogel
Rendering: RenderStreet
Special Thanks: Charles Siewert, Lisa Park, Alessandro Zomparelli, The Blender Foundation

p + c 2020 Carpark Records


Sonic Boom is the alias of Pete Kember, known first as the singer/guitarist in the legendary hypno-drone unit Spacemen 3, then as the leader of Spectrum and Experimental Audio Research in the '90s, and as a producer (MGMT, Panda Bear) and collaborator (No Joy, Dean & Britta) since then.

During the 2000s he worked with Füxa, the Warlocks, Magnétophone, Dean & Britta, Cheval Sombre, Sunray, and the Flowers from Hell, both as a performer and producer. His return from the fringes of the alternative scene occurred when MGMT hired him to produce their high-profile second album, Congratulations, in 2010. Afterwards, he continued working steadily, adding his hypnotic magic to records by TEEN, Cheval Sombre, Panda Bear, and Moon Duo, and collaborating on a heavily electronic 2018 EP with shoegaze revivalists No Joy.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Sonic Boom